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Student Kenny Huang gave the Twentieth Dr. Joseph C. Cremone, Jr. Lecture titled "Digesting Disease: Maggots in Medicine"
Kenny Huang, a Junior majoring in Chemistry and a member of J. H. Phillips' Medical History Seminar, recently on December 5, 2018 gave the Twentieth Dr. Joseph C. Cremone, Jr. Lecture at Lawrence Memorial Hospital (Medford, MA). The title of his lecture: "Digesting Disease: Maggots in Medicine."

Professors Bruce Hitchner and Matthew Harrington lead a J-term program
Professors Bruce Hitchner and Matthew Harrington along with French Colleague, Dr. Guillaume Durand, of the American College of the Mediterranean in Aix-en-Provence, France, lead a J-term program: Mediterranean Basin Traveling Seminar in France, Italy and Greece.

R. Bruce Hitchner awarded Research Grant
R. Bruce Hitchner has received a grant from the Mac Jannet Foundation in support of the Talloires Abbey Digital humanities Project

Interview with Marie-Claire Beaulieu
Watch 'Why Ancient Myths Remain Relevant Today', Tufts Magazine's April 2018 interview with Prof. Marie-Claire Beaulieu, about her research on the meanings of birds in Greek Mythology.

Gregory Crane featured in German Magazine
Gregory Crane was recently featured in the German U15 special issue on higher education on June 22, 2017.

Riccardo Strobino awarded Research Fellowship
Riccardo Strobino has been awarded the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fellowship and will be spending the 2017-18 academic year at the Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies.

Ioannis D. Evrigenis awarded Research Prize
The Renaissance Society of America has awarded the 2016 RSA-TCP Article Prize in Digital Renaissance Research to Ioannis D. Evrigenis for his article, "Digital Tools and the History of Political Thought: The Case of Jean Bodin"

Marie-Claire Beaulieu's New Book is Available
"The Sea in the Greek Imagination", Marie-Claire Beaulieu's new book is available! Check it out through UPenn Press, 2016. Professor Beaulieu proposes that the sea marks the boundary between mortals, immortals, and the dead. A copy is also on display in the Classical Studies Department.

Marie-Claire Beaulieu Selected as This Year's Recognition of Undergraduate Teaching Excellence (ROUTE) Award Winner
The ROUTE Award is presented to junior full-time faculty members in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and advising, concern for students' academic and personal growth, and the ability to convey a passion and enthusiasm for their field of study. The award was presented to Professor Beaulieu at the last faculty meeting this year, on May 13 at 2:45 p.m. in the Balch Arena.

Professor Beaulieu has also been awarded a Mellon grant to further her work on the Perseids project.

Perseus Digital Humanities Project
Recently, an article was written in Tufts University's Arts and Sciences News on the Perseus Digital Humanities Project at Tufts.
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